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new prince. we're waiting on word of the name. we'll bring you live updates during the "today" show on nbc bay area at noon. >> that's what's happening "today in the bay." good morning. celebrating the prince of gun salutes across london this morning, heralding the royal arrival as we wait for a first look at the future king. we're there to bring it all to you live. moment of impact. the landing gear of a passenger jet collapses, sending it in flames down a runway in new york. at least ten people injured. this morning, the chaos in the cabin and the investigation now under way. and wrong turn. the pope's car mobbed by massive crowds in the streets of brazil. a breach of security that some are calling unprecedented today,
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tuesday, july 23rd, 2013. good morning to everyone. welcome to "today." 7:00 a.m. on the west coast on a tuesd tuesday. i'm savannah guthrie. >> and i'm matt lauer with al roker and tamron hall. >> and we're at st. mary's hospital, waiting for the world's first glimpse of the youngest member of the royal family. >> do you get the feeling some people are ready for us to show that door, the door already. it's just kind of dragging on, the most famous, never-seen baby in the world. the baby prince entered the world on monday afternoon, happened about 4:24 london time, weighing 8 pounds, 6 ounces. celebrations immediately followed. and as you can see by those gun salutes, it has not let up this morning. let's get right to natalie
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morales at st. mary's hospital. hopefully, she's out of the line of fire. natalie, good morning to you. >> i certainly am out of the line of fire, matt. i've got to tell you, a lot of excitement, as you can imagine, with the arrival of this new baby here, but also a lot of excitement about the visitors who are soon to be arriving here. we just got word from kensington palace and buckingham palace spokespeople that the middletons are on their way. they're expected to be arriving here imminently, so the press all excited that, once again, we have something new to report here this morning. but of course, the moment everyone is waiting for is the moment when william and kate walk out of those now very famous doors, when they present their child to this world. at that moment, it is expected they will likely make some kind of statement to the media and to the world about their new little baby boy. and as, meanwhile, the world continues to celebrate all over the world.
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a 41 gun salute at green park and another 21-gun salute at the tower of london. london is alive with the news, it's a boy. landmarks lit up and newspapers couldn't get enough of the new print. even the royal navy will a special message. baby fever spread around the world from the blue-lit waters of niagara falls to even the president and mrs. obama, who sent along their congratulations, saying "we wish them all the happiness and blessings parenthood brings." the little prince already
sparking more than 2 million tweets since kate into labor. prince william's response? "we could not be happier." word came monday of the birth after at least ten hours of labor with william at kate's side. an 8-pound, 6-ounce boy, the prince of cambridge, name unknown, born at 4:24 p.m. local time. the couple waited four hours before telling the public in order to spend time with their new son. >> good morning. she's in labor. the duchess of cambridge heads to the hospital. >> on the hottest day in london
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in years, the day began with news kate had entered the hospital in the early stages of labor. the crowds gathered eagerly awaiting the news. breaking news right now. we understand that a new baby boy has been born. with a modern touch, the world first learned of the birth from an e-mailed press release after which, as tradition, the birth announcement left the hospital traveling the two miles to buckingham palace. on the golden easel outside the palace gate, the same one used at william's birth 31 years ago, all to the joy of a huge crowd. >> okay what just happened? >> kate just had a baby boy. >> baby boy. >> oh, my god! >> it's a boy! >> yes! >> according to palace spokesman, the duke and queen of edinboro were happy with the news and said "i am enormously proud and happy to be a grandfather for the first time." and just seconds ago, we did see some of those grandparents
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arriving here, carole and michael middleton entering st. mary's hospital here. they actually came via cab, reportedly had been staying in london, perhaps the last couple of days, awaiting the good news, and now going in to meet their new little grandson, the third in line to the throne. no doubt, a very special moment as first-time grandparents. matt and savannah, you can imagine the moments inside those doors. >> yeah. natalie, thank you very much. finally, a little history behind this birth. the arrival marks the first time in more than 100 years that three direct heirs to the throne have been alive at the same time. let's bring in royal expert camilla tomny and nbc news royal contributor robert jopson. good morning to both of you. camilla, this is like a super bowl for you that lasts for d s days. how are you feeling? >> feeling good, matt. still very keen to see this little baby, although i think we've still got a few hours' wait.
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so, really, it's just anticipation here. the media frenzy continues. we have had rain, we have had sun. the best news today. >> robert, i hope you can hear me now. obviously, the thought that crosses the mind here is that at the moment or this little baby is enjoying the last few moments of anonymity forever. once his parents bring him out on to the steps of the hospital, he will be known to the world forever. do you have mixed emotions about that as someone who covers the royal family? >> i do a bit. i mean, the reality is this child is born to one day be king, which is a very privileged position, but they do, obviously, will have to protect him. he has got palaces that he can go to, such as balmoral, windsor castle and back in the palace, but i think in this modern day, it's important that william and kate do their best to protect this child from gross intrusion, the things that shouldn't be allowed.
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obviously, he's going to have to be with the public and do a job, which is on behalf of a monarchy, which is not a elected institution, which has survived this long. >> and camilla, obviously, this little boy's mom, kate, did grow up under fairly normal circumstances. we just saw her parents arrive at that hospital in a taxi, so no limo for them. so, at least kate seems to have the foundation that she can use to try to give this little boy normalcy. >> yes, carole and michael middleton showing up in a cab, if you believe, and looking very happy here to be visiting the lindo wing. and yes, as you said, a very normal upbringing for kate, a privileged one, very middle class upbringing, but because of the family visits, the parents were able to stay home and bring up the kids equally. i think william has found stability with the middleton family. don't forget, he has a lot of turmoil in his childhood with the breakdown of his parents' marriage.
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by comparison, the middletons' steady as a rock. >> 30 seconds left, robert. fill in the blank -- his royal highness prince blank of cambridge. what's it going to be? i'll give you each ten seconds. >> we've said this before. i said jonathan, but i'm only joking. i think james is up there and so is george. george seems to be the favorite. >> i think george and i'm definitely putting money on the middle name being philip, or at least one of them being philip. >> interesting take. camilla, thank you very much. robert, thank you as well. we'll have more on the royal birth coming up, including what the future could hold, and of course, when the duke and duchess appear at that door, we will bring that appearance for you live. well, i'm going to put it to you. do you have a guess at the name? >> george. >> you're going with george. >> george. >> george or edward. >> by george, i think we've got it! george, it's a go, everybody. meantime, another big news story we're following. there was a frightening incident that temporarily closed one of the nation's busiest airports. the nose gear of a crowded
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passenger jet collapsed on landing at new york's laguardia airport. it was frightening for everybody on board as well as those who were able to see it and capture it on video. investigators are now trying to figure out what happened. let's go there. kristen, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, matt and savannah. yeah, according to port authority, there were ten people treated for minor injuries, bumps bruises, and no surprise, panic attacks. crews are now moving the wreckage of that plane off of the runway while the ntsb investigates trying to figure out what went wrong. >> the first landing. >> reporter: this video shows the moment of impact, the southwest 737 skidding down the runway on its nose, flames shooting out from beneath the plane. >> the whole plane just went down very quickly, and that's when the door blew in. >> how hard was the jolt? >> it was a kick. >> reporter: the plane was coming in from nashville with
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150 passengers and crew on board when witnesses on nearby planes say they saw the landing gear appear to collapse. >> all of a sudden, you heard the pilots go "holy cow!" i just looked up and i looked to the right, out the right side of the plane, and there was just this fireball going down the runway. it was unbelievable. >> emergency vehicles proceed up to runway 4. proceed up to runway 4. >> reporter: passengers describe the scene as the cabin filled with smoke. >> the worst part was when the doors weren't being opened an the smoke was coming in and you didn't -- >> we couldn't breathe. >> reporter: as passengers evacuated on emergency slides and family members waited in the termin terminal, many wouldn't be reunited for hours, while authorities say their investigation is just getting started. >> we have no indications that there was any problem with the landing gear. >> reporter: now, southwest airlines says it is cooperating fullway authorities. meantime, the airport is trying to get back to normal. it had to close for over an hour
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yesterday, leaving a lot of canceled flights, stranded passengers, and this morning, matt, we are still seeing delays here. >> at laguardia, kristen, thank you so much. now to pope francis and security concerns that are ar e arising from his arrival in brazil. nbc's anne thompson is traveling with the papal party in rio de janei janeiro. ann, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, matt. we understand this is a chance for pope francis to catch up with his younger sister, maria ele elena, who is in for argentina. for security forces, it's a chance to regroup after heart-stopping moments on the pope's first day in rio. the arrival of the pope brought an eruption of joy, but quickly, the excitement threatened to overwhelm pope francis's security. his car swarmed and brought to a standstill several times by eager crowds. the pope appeared to love every
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minute, as well wishers reached in, even stopping to kiss a baby. >> obviously, he desires to have very direct contact with the people and not a militarization. >> reporter: the largest police operation in the city's history, rio officials blame the confusion on a wrong turn by the pope's driver. officially welcomed by brazil's president at the governor's palace, francis said he brings neither gold nor silver to the nation hosting him this day, but the most precious thing he has -- outside, protesters angry not at the pope, but their own government clashed with police. once the pope cleared, they used tear gas to disperse the protesters. he stressed the knowledge of the need to provide better economic opportunities for the young around the world and met with
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the journalists traveling with him. i told the pope americans are excited about his papacy. he laughed, thanked me and then said "pray for me" and blessed the medallion i wore. now, reporters brought the pope all kinds of things to bless, including rosaries, even an ipad, which got a big laugh from the pope. as he left the back of the plane to go to the front, he turned to us and said he felt sort of like daniel in the lion's den, but it turns out, the lions, after all, weren't so ferocious. matt? >> all right, anne, thank you very much. anne thompson in brazil for us. we're going to be talking more about this security lapse, which when you think about it, this wasn't a celebrity going to a movie premiere, this was the pope and this was a problem. >> wait until you hear what a top security official in this country says about that scene. we'll have more on that later on. meantime, we are following a deadly attack in afghanistan overnight. tamron has the details. >> breaking news out of afghanistan, where officials
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confirm three service members were killed in eastern afghanistan, and they were americans. officials say a suicide bomber set off an explosion at a military convoy in the wardak province. hunt is on for escaped inmates and militants in iraq after a deadly attack by insurgents. nbc's chief foreign correspondent richard engel has the latest. richard, good morning. >> good morning, tamron. iraqi security forces set up extra checkpoints in and around abu ghraib to try and recapture some of these escaped militants, including some of the top leaders from al qaeda in iraq. iraq is now back in a civil war, u.s. officials tell nbc news. the hard-fought u.s. surge there, theenefit of an american war to stop iraq's civil war are being wiped out in car bombs, ambushes and gun fights. more than 250 killed in ten days. abu ghraib prison, notorious for
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american abuses and humiliation. remains an open wound. on sunday, attackers freed hundreds, some say up to 500 militants in a jailbreak, including dozens of high-level al qaeda fighters. suicide bombers drove cars to the prison's front gate as gunmen attacked guards with rocket-propelled grenades and mortars. militants with suicide vests stormed inside, while others fought off reinforcement. almost simultaneously, another attack on a prison in taji near baghdad, but officials say government troops fought that one off using helicopters. in all, more than 25 iraqi security forces were killed. tamron, the escaped militants' main target is likely the shiite-led iraqi government, but the militants could also try to go to northern syria, just outside of iraq, or even leave the region. tamron? >> all right, richard, thank you. now to wall street, the latest from netflix and changes
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to the menu at taco bell. cnbc's courtney reagan joins us. courtney, yo queiro taco bell. >> that's right, tamron. just what you want for breakfast. after generating buzz for emmy nominations for "house of cards," netflix reports quarterly results beating expectations. the subscribers for the quarter was lower than they had hoped for. separately, taco bell is getting rid of kids' meals and toys starting this month. the fast food chain says kids' meals make up less than 0.5% of sales, so while it may be a bummer for kids, investors aren't so bothered. the dow is up more than 30 points at this point. tamron, back to you. >> all right, interesting, courtney. thank you. and two humpback whales almost had a california diver for lunch, and it was all caught on camera. here it is. the divers were in the water. take a look. ooh! the humpbacks surfaces with their giant mouths wide open. one of the divers fell a few feet away.
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his friends say, listen to this, they've never seen him swim so fast. >> yeah, duh! >> yeah. >> 7:16. matt, savannah and al. but i don't think what's for dinner is humans. they don't eat people. >> no, not on purpose. >> but if people are jumping in their mouths, what are they supposed to do? >> tamron, thank you. >> mr. roker. all right, let's check it out. we've got a lot of rain in the northeast, flash flood watches are in effect, though we've seen some areas pick up 2 to 3 inches of rain. as much as 7 inches have fallen. we'll see more today and then back to west, more heavy rain as well. the risk of strong storms from wichita down to jackson, torrential rains and the possibility of large areas of hail. we'll get to your local forecast in the next 30 seconds.
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get the mercedes-benz you've been burning for at the summer event, going on now at your authorized mercedes-benz dealer. but hurry, offers end july 31st. good tuesday morning to you. what a way to start the day. beautiful shot from high atop san bruno mountain. an indication of a very moist air mass overhead. we actually have showers continuing to fall over the greater bay area. it's been raining for the past few hours. make sure to give yourself plenty of extra time. also, we have spotty thunderstorms starting to developing especially across the santa cruz mountains. 88 in livermore today. 64 in san francisco. is back in the news this morning, this time as a good samaritan. days after his acquittal, police say he helped rescue a family trapped inside an overturned car
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on the highway. nbc's mark potter is in sanford, florida, with that story. mark, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, savannah. behind me is where that accident occurred, a one-car rollover on a highway ramp that's also where police say george zimmerman and another man helped get a family out of that vehicle. >> we, the jury, find george zimmerman not guilty. >> reporter: the incident occurred just four days after george zimmerman was found not guilty in his second-degree murder trial. police say last wednesday, an suv carrying two adults and their two children was traveling northbound on the off-ramp of highway 417 at interstate 4 when the driver lost control, went off the road, and the vehicle rolled over. witnesses calling 911 noted some people had already stopped to help. >> there was tons of smoke and other people were starting to rush towards the vehicle. >> reporter: the seminole county sheriff's office says one of the good samaritans was george zimmerman. in a statement, the office said when a deputy arrived at the scene, "two men -- one of whom
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was george zimmerman -- had already helped assist the family by getting them out of the overturned vehicle. "they say zimmerman was not a witness to the crash and left before making contact with the deputy. no injuries were reported. zimmerman's brother robert tweeted "george saw a need, he acted. humility is george's finest trait." while the verdict has many people divided over issues of race and self-defense, zimmerman's attorney, mark o'mara, says he's not surprised by zimmerman's actions along the highway. >> that's just what he does. so, the idea that he would stop and offer aid to somebody in need in a car just makes sense. that's who he always has been. >> reporter: now, meanwhile on another matter, the sanford police department says it has turned over all the evidence from the trial, including zimmerman's handgun to the fbi, as the justice department looks into whether there were federal civil rights violations in this case. matt? >> all right, mark, thank you
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very much. mark potter in florida this morning. keep in mind, we are going to be going back to london at some point to ask the question what can that little prince expect out of life? the pros and cons of growing up royal in a very modern world. >> and we'll keep our eye on that joy, too. then, a record haul by american treasure hunters, 60 tons of silver worth tens of millions of dollars. we will take you inside the top-secret location where that silver is being kept, and perhaps, we'll get a chance to touch it ourselves. but first on a tuesday morning, this is "today" on nbc. heroes aren't born in the final act. they're built all summer long during the emirates airline us open series. tune in every week as strength is tested and the stars of tennis emerge. follow the action from coast to coast over ten tournaments and watch the greatest story in tennis unfold before your eyes or experience the story live.
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everything from ea sports madden nfl 25 video games, to brand new fiat 500s. what will you be served up this summer? time is 7:26. good morning everyone. i'm jon kelley. here is what's making news around the bay area. san jose police sadly investigating the death of a 7-month-old baby this morning. police say the baby was found unresponsive at a home near blossom hill road and monterey highway. campbell police now looking for a driver who hit a group of bicyclists and took off. a 20-year-old woman remains hospitalized with suffering with a fractured school. the san mateo unified school district considering legal 0 students' ap test scores reinstated after they were tossed out for not following
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seating requirements.!r the board will meet in a closed-door meeting the day to discuss the issue. the other big news this morning, the return of rain. that's right. people waking up to raindrops on their heads and windshields out there. meteorologist christina loren has a look at the radar right now. good morning. >> good morning to you. it's so unusual because of the time of year, jon. look at this. it's widespread. we have heavier cells, pockets of yellow. those are thunderstorms that have developed and right now they're moving along the coastline. want to give yourself extra time. although the showers are starting to clear out and wind down. we have slick conditions. we'll check your drive with mike. 88 in livermore, 78 for fremont and 81 degrees in beautiful san jose. so here is what we got for the rest of the week. temperatures level off. we'll lose that humidity by late thursday into friday. breezy conditions come this weekend. as promised, here is mike inouye. >> a little more sun on the roads. those damp roadways will start drying out. be careful of the off-ramps so far. looking at the san mateo bridge,
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an easy westbound drive away from us into the haze. no major problems. visibility is okay for the drivers. look on the hayward side, slow approaching, lighter than typical traffic tuesday. a crash around whipple road on the shoulder caused all this backup. there's been activity there for about the past hour. that's why there's a slow drive out of san leandro into the 20s. your northbound routes continue to slow down. north of route 85 there's slowing. >> we'll have another local update coming your way in one-half hour from now at 7:56. hope to see you then.
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morning. it's the 23rd of july, 2013. li. i'm matt lauer with savannah guthrie, al roker and tamron hall. good morning. treasure hunters from america hit a royal jackpot off the coast of ireland. more than $32 million worth of silver and this morning they are giving us exclusive access to the top secret location where they are keeping that record
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hall. and the videos are so moving, an adult or child born deaf hearing for the first time. >> that's right. this morning we'll experience that special moment firsthand when a woman that's been hearing impaired since birth turns on her cochlear implant live in our studio. she can't wait to hear her granddaughter's voice. >> that will be quite a moment but we begin with the prince of cambridge and what his life will be like as a modern royal. keir simmons is live with the story. keir, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. we don't even know this little boy's name yet and yet we already know one day all of this will be his. but with all of that privilege comes duty. what the royals themselves describe as the burden of being a royal. making his entry into the world amid great excitement, the youngest member of the royal
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family will fall in the footstep of a long lined of crowned heads. a life of ancient privilege awaits him and he will enhert everything, palaces, kastles, and stately homes, the world's most precious jewels. all the pomp and glory and will be the most famous baby in the world. cameras already staking out their places ready to follow every step like they did with his father william and his grandmother diana. privacy will be at a premium. a normal life, diana tried to carve that out for her boys at kensington palace but of course as they get older they realize things are different because their own friends don't have four or five houses. >> marrying for love, his parents did it. but it take ace special woman to get into that roy straight jacket. there will be trips around the
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world and state dinners in glittering company and celebrity recessions and endless hands to shake and charitable causes to support. every child needs to know this his william's god father. >> you are there to serve. it doesn't matter what you want to do or if you're tired, you have to do what is right and what people expect of you. >> a life of privilege that comes with a big responsibility to keep an ancient tradition relevant in the 21st century. >> because remember savannah, this little boy may not become king until the next century. so he will need to keep the royals relevant. let me give you an example. among all of the headlines, one popular sarcastic magazine has this headline this morning savannah. woman has baby. >> an understatement. thank you very much. appreciate it. let's turn to a british
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historian and nbc contributor. good morning. good to see you. >> good morning. >> we know the couple has charmed the world. the media love will and kate. the feeling isn't necessarily mutual. do you think they can keep this baby in some degree of privacy? >> i think they can. they seem to be a very modern couple. they are able to bring in the traditional when they need it, when they want it. look at their wedding. but also the personal and the modern. so i think they'll be able to bridge that gap. >> wasn't there a handshake agreement with the press when william was a baby, some access but not invasive. >> yes there was a handshake with the editors and they stuck to it which is pretty impressive and unprecedented and at the moment the british press is on the back because of the hacking scandals and with any luck they'll allow this child to have a relatively normal up bringing. >> this baby may not rule as king for at least 50 years or so. so what do you do in the meantime? what's the royal life likely to
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look like? >> usually they join the army, navy or air force. it is a place with security and isn't controversial in the same way as if they tried to get a life in business or banking or something like that. so one might expect that but not necessarily because as i say, they can meld the traditional and the modern. >> one of the things i think people admired about diana is she tried to the extent possible to give those boys a normal life or some normal ordinary experiences. do you think that's something they'll try to do and can they pull it off? >> i think so. one has to remember that prince charles after the death of lady diana also gave them a well up bringing. that's why they're so well adjusted children. >> the three direct heirs to the thrown now living. is there pressure on the queen to give herself some relief. >> there's much less pressure now because the whole focus, the media focus and everything else has moved on instead to this
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young couple. >> all right. andrew roberts, always great to get your perspective. thank you so much. let's get a check of the weather now from al. thanks savannah. got all the friends here. any particular reason you're here today. >> to see marc anthony. >> oh, that's right. he's going to be right here. right here in about an hour. marc anthony. nice tuesday concert. let's see what we got for you for today as we check out our afternoon temperatures. temperatures finally cooling down through the plains and the upper midwest. still pretty hot, though. interior sections of the northwest. we're talking some areas getting over 100 degrees. boise at 100. with w -- the rest of the country a slight risk of strong storms in the mid-section of the northwest. look for more wet weather into the northeast later today. rain and moisture continues in the southwest and hit or miss showers and
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7:36 now. quite an interesting forecast for today. i want to start with this live picture of san bruno. the clouds are breaking up a little bit to let the sunshine through. we have shower activity coming down along the immediate coastline. nonetheless, temperatures will end up in the upper 80s for today. low 90s for tomorrow. we lose the humidity and chance for thunderstorms friday into the upcoming weekend. the dry heat returns. hope you have a great day. nothing says morning breakfast like fig newtons. very nice. how are those newtons? savannah. >> she is speechless, al. speechless. coming up on trending, a new reason for you to eat breakfast. what skipping it could be doing to your health. but up next, a treasure worth tens of millions of dollars recovered from a ship wreck at the bottom of the sea. we'll take you live to the super
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we are back now at 7:41 with a today exclusive tied to american treasure hunters that hit it very big off the coast of ireland. nbc's kerry sanders is with the bounty at a top secret location somewhere in the united kingdom. that much we can tell you. kerry, good morning to you. >> i'm inside the vault here and yes, this is what more than $30 million worth of silver looks like. it's part of a $77 million haul. it was picked up by odd si marine exploration. it's been down there 72 years and it's tarnished but this is what the silver bars look like all shined up. >> reporter: in the cold waters off the coast of ireland, a remotely operated vehicle sinks to the depth of the atlantic
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ocean. american treasure hunters found the mother load three miles down. >> yeah. >> in waters deeper than the titanic, precious silver in all, 110 tons. >> fantastic, yes. hasn't quite sunk in yet. but it's about to dawn on me now what was achieved out here. >> reporter: the silver was on a british steam ship torpedos by one of hitler's german boats in 1941. the cargo ship was carrying silver from india to great britain to fund the war effort. in all, they pulled up 2,792 silver bars. >> hm, his majesty's mint bombay. >> reporter: we're sitting on $700,000 worth of silver. >> yeah and the numbers are a bit mind boggling. i see them as heavy lumps of
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waste we've been plugging around for the last week. >> the final silver bar was pulled to the surface days ago and all of it was quitely off loaded. >> i don't think anyone ever expected to see it again. >> and yet here it snchts here it is, yes. >> also recovered, letters. >> here's a stamp on the letter. >> newspapers from 1941, and financial documents. >> manufactures life insurance company. this may be worth something to this family if it can be tracked down. >> reporter: this salvage cost more than $20,000,000. because they found the silver the british government pays the expenses. >> we split 80/20. >> those don't come along very often do they? >> no they don't. >> what happens to the silver? it's going to the british mint. the same one striking commemorative coins for the new
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prince. so indeed, the timing maybe perfect. matt, i want to point out, t >> that's a good hint, though, e kerry. thank you kerry sanders. >> same way to work in a royal baby connection too. >> thap's true. he was standing with 60 tons of silver. we have one of the bars right here in the studio. this is the first recovered from the ship back in 2012. >> it's 12 inches long, 6 inches wide, 3.5 inches tall. we'll guess how much it weighs. we are not allowed to pick it up. >> can't try to move it even. you can't pick it up with one hand. it's similar in density and size to the rum cake you gave me at christmas. >> you're welcome. >> i think it's going to weigh about 100 pounds. >> okay. i think 300 pounds. >> 300 pounds. >> well, i don't know. >> 300 pounds. no wonder that ship went down. let's see -- 80 pounds. >> oh. >> 80 pounds. >> let's go to commercial.
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>> worth about $20,000. wow. >> oh my gosh, now you're really in trouble. >> for more on the recovery and to see the silver in person, you can check out the shipwreck exhibit, got to be careful with that one, at discovery times square right here in new york city. coming up, when will we get our first glimpse of the prince of cambridge? we'll check in with natalie live in london. >> on this side of the pond, marc anthony performs live on our plaza. but first these messages. >> 300 pounds? >> i don't know. i'm not good at weight or rum cake. weight or rum cake. chronic migraine, your life is a game of chance. but what if the odds could be in your favor? botox® is an fda-approved treatment that significantly reduces headache days for adults with chronic migraine, 15 or more headache days a month, each lasting 4 hours or more. it's proven to actually prevent headache days. and it's injected by a doctor once every 3 months. the effects of botox® (onabotulinumtoxina) may spread hours to weeks after injection causing serious symptoms.
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forever. we watch as a grandmother, hearing-impaired since birth turns on her cochlear implant for the first time. first, we have your local news and weather.
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the time is 7:56. good morning everybody. i'm jon kelley. a 16-year-old boy stands accused of raping and robbing an intoxicated woman in her south bay home. police say this happened saturday night after the woman took a taxi home from the bar, the taxi driver reportedly asked another woman and her teenage son to help get the woman into her morgan hill house. later that same night investigators say the teenager returned to the home and raped that woman. he's also accused of later burglarizing her home with the help of his 15-year-old girlfriend and another friend. weatherwise, an unexpected day out there. let's check things out with meteorologist christina loren. >> good morning, jon. welcome back. want to start with your radar. we're tracking showers. look at this pop-up thunderstorm from time to time. one developed along the east
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shore just to the north of fremont. we're also seeing quite a bit of activity along u.s. 1. we'll take a look at your drive with mike in a moment. 78 for fremont and 81 degrees in beautiful san jose. getting into the end of the week, temperatures are going to drop just a touch, but not until we hit monday. that's 62 dayshñ until fall. a long ways away, mike. >> beautiful san jose is right. look at these trees -- ignore the slow traffic down the middle for north of 280. this full screen is coming toward us. that is the bulk of the commute on the map. we'll show it dead center of your map, north 280, right to left out of downtown a bigger issue is 87 and building -- continuing to build slowly from highway 85 into downtown, continuing toward the airport. the entire stretch of the guadalupe parkway showing 20s to 30s at the worst. a slower drive south 880 as you head out of union city. an earlier crash kicked things off. not too bad through san mateo.
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everybody craves those crazy squares.® ♪ i love marc anthony. >> all the way from georgia to see him on stage. >> it's my sweet 16. >> 8:00 now on this tuesday morning. it's the 23rd of july, 2013. we have a great crowd lining rock felller plaza. the rain has stopped. it's the first reason. they are about to get a great performance. marc anthony will take the stage in the next half hour. good morning, i'm savannah guthrie alongside al roker and matt lauer. imagine never been able to
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hear marc anthony performing, the sounds of nature or the voices of your own family members. that's been the reality for sarah campbell. she's been hearing-impaired since birth. she's under procedure for a cochlear implant implanted. this morning, she will join us live as we turn on that device for the very first time. life changing indeed. >> very exciting. then -- >> do you know what that is? >> the sound a sheep makes when it explodes. it's one of johnny carson's classic moments coming to itunes. we'll talk to his nephew who is very involved. >> you take it and cut off. >> what are you talking about? >> i love him. oh, man. >> first, go back to lon dochblt natalie is there. we await the first glimpse of
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this royal baby. natalie, good morning to you. >> reporter: that's right, savannah. just one more big wait here. we are all awaiting the moment where we get to feast our eyes on the baby royal and perhaps, learn his name. we are watching the famous doors here, the lindo wing at st. mary's hospital. we are told by the palace, it may not happen until later on this evening, perhaps tomorrow. we are not sure yet when that moment will come. when they do emerge, we expect that william and kate will present their child to the world and possibly say a few words to all of those gathered here await thag moment. from sensington palace, we did get a statement saying mother, son and father all doing well. william did spend the night here along with his wife at her bedside. the royal couple released a statement thanking the hospital for the tremendous care they received and the attention they
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were able to get. lots of celebrations going on across london. there's gun salutes at the tower of london as well as the green card. we are training our eyes on this door here and expect thag moment, perhaps later on this evening, maybe early tomorrow. so, for now, just standing by, savannah? >> don't say tomorrow, natalie. >> a screen just went up. no! >> reporter: one more day. >> free natalie. thank you. we'll check back with you in a bit. >> tamron hall is here with the headlines. tamron? >> a lot to cover. thank you. a horrifying emergency caught on tape. the apparent collapse of a nose gear on a boeing 737 at new york's laguardia airport. it skidded to a stop with flames shooting from under the plane. at least ten people on board
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were treated for bumps, bruises and panic attacks. the house is starting debate on a $600 billion defense spending bill. some tea party conservatives joined forces with liberal democrats to push for limits on secret u.s. surveillance programs. they want to bar military aid without congressional approval. a woman who was sentenced to 16 months in prison after reporting her own alleged rape is planning to return home to norway as soon as possible. the interior designer said she was assaulted during a business trip to dubai. officials there charged her with perjury having extramarital sex and drinking alcohol. she was pardoned on monday. a college student has had enough of the water at least for now. who could blame her? >> several times i was okay with the fact that i wasn't going to
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make it. >> reporter: this new jersey college student was snorkeling when suddenly her legs started to cramp up. >> i didn't think it was a big deal. >> reporter: but it was. she didn't realize the current picked her up and pushed her farther out to sea and deeper into trouble. >> i didn't think there was anyway i could make it back. >> she swam 16 hours treading water. painful jellyfish stings on her face and body. she tried not to think about it. >> i thought about food a lot. >> finally, the same current that pulled her out pushed her back to the island far from where she started but near people that helped her and brought her back to her hotel. >> i'm still going to study mari marine biology. i'm not going to give it up like that. saddened by "law and order"
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star dennis. he suffered a blood clot in his lung. he was a veteran police officer before he took up acting playing tough guy roles. he was 69 years old. milwaukee brewer slugger braun has been hit with a 65 game suspension for violating baseball's drug program. last year, the 2011 national league mvp dodged a penalty when they rule add urine sample had been improperly handled. it's not unusual to get hit by a stray pitch. how about this one. a shortstop got kicked in the head by of all things, a skydiver part of the pregame show. it happened at a summer league game. the player joked he was okay but his expensive oakley sunglasses did not survive. it is now 8:06. matt, savannah and al.
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>> thank you so much. >> by the way, her birthday is today. this is her mom. she's 16. >> happy birthday. >> happy birthday, baby. >> that leads us to al's english class. royal baby. >> what do you have? >> here we go. first question, who knows what a nappy is? you are disqualified because you grew up in australia so you know this. >> you were born there. >> you know what a nappy is? i know what it is. >> a diaper. that's right. very good. okay, question number two. what is a cot? >> bed. >> a bed. a crib. we'll go with bed. if your baby likes to whinge. >> cry? >> sort of. >> matt does a lot of it. >> whining.
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>> absolutely. finally, baby's often have cute poppers. what are cute poppers? >> feet. >> that's a good guess. >> no. snaps or buttons. i don't know that the baby has them, but the clothing has them. that's today's baby class. 8:08. good morning to you. taking a live look here beneath all this low cloud cover sits the golden gate brick. really interesting forecast for today. so here, san francisco, plenty of dog. in addition that fog, we've got showers on the radar, a lot of this is starting to pushoff shore. however, we are fair game for those showers for the first part of today and isolated thunderstorms as well. 88 degrees in livermore, 78 for fremont and 88 in los gatos. thunderstorms in the forecast through thursday.
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that's your latest weather. >> coming up, can skipping breakfast do damage to your health? we'll have that story. >> and also a grandmother hearing impaired since birth hears with her cochlear implant for the first time. >> and a look at the mansion before it hits the auction block. but first, these messages. accomplishing even little things can become major victories. i'm phil mickelson, pro golfer. when i was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis, my rheumatologist prescribed enbrel for my pain and stiffness, and to help stop joint damage. [ male announcer ] enbrel may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal events including infections, tuberculosis, lymphoma, other cancers, nervous system and blood disorders, and allergic reactions have occurred. before starting enbrel, your doctor should test you for tuberculosis and discuss whether you've been to a region where certain fungal infections are common. you should not start enbrel if you have an infection like the flu. tell your doctor if you're prone to infections, have cuts or sores, have had hepatitis b,
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just this morning francis tweeted thank you to all of you and to all of the authorities for a magnificent welcome in rio. but this was a really unusual situation. when you look at the aerial view and you see where that motorcade ended up, it was not something that was good. let's bring in the police commissioner in new york and los angeles and he is now a national security analyst. bill, this is not the scene you want to see if you're a security official in brazil. >> no, it's actually a security nightmare. they are going to have 22,000 security personnel available for the pope's visit. well, yesterday they were missing in action. i've never seen anything quite like it. thank god it ended the way it did but that scene was very frightening. >> he obviously took it in stride but aside from the obvious fear that there would be somebody who means the pope harm in the crowd, even well meaning well wishers mobbing the car can
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quickly get out of control, can't they bill? >> exactly. in terms of the crushing situation, if they were in an area where the crowds are larger pushing against the car. you can see his plain clothed security officers are trying to keep up with the car. it was stopping, starting, going. and the fact that he was in a vehicle compounded the situation. i would be willing to admit that was clearly not a vehicle equipped for security. no running boards for the security to pop up on. you see them running along the street. they're not providing security. they're running. it was an absolute mess down there. a lot of yelling and screaming. >> in portuguese. >> always good to talk to you. thank you very much. >> all the best. bye bye. >> trending on the website of the washington post, the brits are so over it.
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we all can't get enough of the royal baby news but the same isn't always the true across the pond. listen to one reporter describing the wait. >> thank you robert. well, plenty more to come from here of course. none of it news because that will come from buckingham palace but that won't stop it. >> appreciate the candor. honestly, he's not the only one that might -- have you seen britain's guardian newspaper? you can get online and if you so choose you just press not a royalist and you will see a homepage completely devoid of any royal baby news. no well wishers or proud parents or speculation over a possible name and in that spirit i pronounce and proclaim that for the rest of the trending segment we will not mention the royal baby. can i get agreement. >> absolutely. >> you don't think we can? >> that's a challenge. >> i don't think it's going to work. >> here i go. one of the big stories trending
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not royal, i said it, associated press concerns, the most important meal of the day. if you're thinking of skipping breakfast this morning, there's new news that may change your mind. a new harvard study says those that skip breakfast have a 27% higher risk of heart attack than those that ate a morning meal. it included older men but it holds for all of us. kids that eat a healthy breakfast are more likely to behave better in school and get better grades. get that kid some oatmeal. >> kids that eat breakfast closer to the start of school do better in studies and testing. >> but with adults they say we load up on lunch or dinner or grab something not healthy and that's why you get heart disease. >> that makes sense. >> you know how we said the royal news, we're going to ban that. trending on yahoo, the man that crashed the party. did you see the town crier
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yesterday announcing the good news? i guess not. >> hear ye, hear ye. >> not the official town crier. his name is tony appleton. a 76 year old -- wow -- took it upon himself to announce the arrival of the royal baby. he told yahoo he simply crashed the party. showed up at the hospital. didn't expect to be allowed on the front steps but he was. his advice for william and kate, have more kids. i'm waiting for the next one to do it again. >> he's just a guy and all the press turned their cameras on him. >> nbc special report natalie was like looking over like who is he. >> he was right in front of the door but when we were in london
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for the olympics i felt like every other corner had a town crier. >> a big growth industry. >> all right and that is what is trending today. >> still ahead on the 8:00 block, a morning show first. a woman hearing impaired since birth is here to turn on her cochlear implant for the first time. >> but first, tamron has a look at how the world is reacting to, yes, the royal baby. >> come on. all right. it's the news. admit it. but everyone is talking and tweeting about from fellow parents to late night talk show hosts. >> it was a memorable day for maternity wards. >> it was a beautiful moment and i'll never forget this day. >> reporter: at the medical center in new jersey they welcomed their newborn daughter around the same time as another special delivery half a world away. >> she'll know that her birthday was always a very big celebration worldwide. so that will be a fun story to
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tell her. >> reporter: while at santa monica's ucla medical center this mom to be has two reasons to remember her royal connection. >> his name is going to be william. having the name and the day, that's pretty amazing. >> reporter: from maternity wards to times square, the royal birth was a global phenomenon reaching well beyond london. from cannon salutes and tributes on tv, to international headlines, the birth of the royal baby is generating excitement worldwide and buildings all over canada went blue to celebrate the birth. the new parents also getting words of wisdom from america's first couple michelle obama personally tweeting. congratulations to the duke and duchess of cambridge on the birth of their son. being a parent is the best job of all. while it made headlines this morning, there were punch lines last night as well. >> kate middleton went into labor in london. when the rest of the royal
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family heard that they were like oh my god, what's labor? work? >> leave it to jimmy. >> but have to admit even if people didn't appreciate the hype, as soon as the news bulletin came across it was a boy and now it's what's the name. you get caught up a little bit. >> it's nice to have something to smile about. >> absolutely. >> now over to matt. thank you. every once in awhile someone allows us to be a part of a special moment in their lives and today that's sarah campbell. the 57-year-old teacher and grandmother has been hearing impaired for her whole life. in a moment she is going to let us watch as she hopefully hears things she has never heard before. >> reporter: sarah campbell of norristown pennsylvania loves the birds in her garden. but never heard one sing. >> if i can hear the creeks in the house and baby crying and different sounds that you take for granted and i've never heard
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them. >> sarah has been hearing impaired since she was a child. her mother ann remembers the moment she knew something was wrong when as a toddler sarah ran into the street. >> i said sarah, loud, louder than that. and you never looked at me and you never turned around. >> reporter: fwrgrowing up she d hearing aids and learned how to lip read but as an adult her hearing deteriorated further and the hearing aids no longer worked threatening her jobs as a special education teacher. >> being in groups and not hearing. very isolated. very alone. i zone out and go into my own little world. >> but now sarah is stepping outside that world. three weeks ago she went under cochlear implant surgery at the university of pennsylvania to try and restore some of her hearing. cochlear implants consist of two parts. a receiver and stimulator placed in the bone and the inner ear and a magnetic transmitter on
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the outside which contains a microphone and speech processor. >> sarah was an ideal candidate because we could still communicate with her in a proper environment for somebody who is very hearing impaired. plus she was highly motivated. >> this is just preliminary measurements that allow me to keep track of what's going on with the electrodes inside your head. >> reporter: her motivation was apparent at her last visit at her audiologist to test the electrode. >> how are you doing. >> it's fine. it's a different sound. i'm hearing a different sound. >> reporter: when her implant is finally turned on not only will it be a life changing moment for her but for her family as well. >> absolutely excited. absolutely. it's the best thing that could happen. just a change. >> reporter: it's life's simple pleasures she looks forward to most. talking on the phone with her children, hearing her
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grandfather's first words and of course listening to the birds sing. >> do i expect miracles? no. but i want to hear better. >> we don't want to make her wait any longer. she is here with her audiologist and her doctor from the university of pennsylvania. as you can see, sarah's family and friends are here as well. i just want to say something, michelle, this isn't always a case of flipping a switch or clicking amos and this working immediately, correct. >> no, it's a process and it may take a few minutes to evolve. >> okay. sarah, are you ready. >> i'm very ready, yes. >> michelle, take it away. >> so you're going to start hearing some noises. >> yeah, i hear them. >> what do you hear, sarah? >> i'm hearing -- should i take this hearing aid out. >> yeah, take your hearing aid out. >> talk. >> i'm hearing you. i am hearing you.
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i've got to make sure i'm not reading your lips though. >> can i make the sound a little -- >> yeah, make it louder. >> can you describe what you're hearing? >> it's noise. >> describe what the noise sounds like. >> i'm hearing you. i don't want to look at you because i'm afraid i'm going to say it. >> sarah, sarah, i want you to look at me right now, does the noise follow my mouth movements. >> yes, yes. it's following your voice, yes, i'm following your voice. >> one long sound. >> yes, yes, i'm hearing you. i'm hearing that. >> so you're hearing sound. >> yeah. i'm hearing you. >> you're hearing me. >> like, describe what you're hearing --
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>> it's very low. i'm even hearing me. i'm hearing me talk. >> you should. the rest of us hear ourselves. >> i'm hearing me talk and i'm hearing you talk. >> i'm going to go a little bit louder. >> will this improve also over the coming days? or is this once you make the right adjustment here is that it. >> it will improve over the coming minutes and it will continue to improve over the coming days. >> continue to improve. >> we got 30 seconds left. how about letting her hear somebody in her family. >> i'm hearing her. baby. >> what does she sound like. >> it was just hearing, like her, she was laughing i think. yeah. yeah. >> doctor, this is kind of in
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keeping with what's the norm. >> absolutely and we're very excited. >> sarah, congratulations. we're going to check w good morning to you. it is 8:26 now. breaking news we are following. two more victims have come forward, accusing a morgan hills summer camp counselor of sexual abuse. 20-year-old nicholas laramie was arrested earlier this month. police officers say 6-year-old girl told her parents something happened involving laramie at the ymca child care center where he worked. investigators say they also found child pornography on his cell phone, including images of a 17-year-old girl. detectives say interviews the past week revealed a 5-year-old and a 7-year-old girl also victimized, bringing the total number of alleged victims to four. right now, want to switch gears, take a look at that morning commute with mike. >> good morning, laurie. up to this point, things were looking pretty good, pretty mild
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for traffic tuesday, but really look at this, this is fremont, south 880, jammed up as you're coming down toward mission. that same area south of here at dixon landing road. there's a crash1vz contributin the backup. look at the maps, you will see it is very slow from mission all the way through that area,y-2 top of the screen, the live shot down toward dixon landing road and make heading down to milpitas tough. once you get to the south bay, the north bound routes are really a problem for 280, very slow coming out of downtown, north 87 tough all morning no crash there is for guadalupe, a slow drive up to the airport. here, a new crash, disabled vehicle as you head up.
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we're back now. on a tuesday, 23rd of july, 2013 as we say hi to a great crowd. we have a treat for them coming up in a couple of minutes, singing sensation marc anthony with a little concert here on the plaza. i'm matt lauer along with savannah guthrie, al roker and tamron hall. >> also this morning, they're
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celebrating, as you might expect, the royal baby in the duchess of cambridge's hometown this morning. we'll go there live. >> if you missed it, once again, here's johnny. some of his funniest moments aavailable on itunes for the first time. i can't wait. >> awesome. >> we'll get a preview. >> first can we say hi to mel b. she is one of the judges for america's got talent. they go live tonight from radio city music hall. >> yes we do. >> that's a big deal. radio city is big time. what is it like just to be in the room. >> very exciting things will be happening tonight. we have a big opening surprise act which is very new york. high kick. >> oh. that's a really good one. >> being at a venue like that, does that raise mistakes and the nervousness factor for contestants and judges. >> yeah.
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we have 60 acts. the contestants are nervous and the judges are nervous too. it's live. anything can happen. >> what's impressed you the most about the contestants you have seen so far. >> they're all combining different things. apart from riding a unicycle and juggling, they're combining different talents which i love. >> that was amazing. it really was. >> of course we have to talk to you about the royal baby news. is it true you used to hang out with the prince's and jump on the bed with them. >> yeah, we used to hang out with harry and william, the spice girls. >> per invitation. what do you think of the baby news now? he's all grown up. >> exciting. i want to know what the name is. >> what do you think? george. >> i don't think it will be george. george is a nice name. >> rusty. that's very royal. >> mel b., good luck tonight at
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radio city. >> thank you. we look forward to it. check out america's got talent live from radio city music hall at 9:00, 8:00 central time. >> let's see what we've got today. wet weather later today here in the northeast. showers in the gulf coast. slight risk of strong storms. moisture continues in the southwest and hot in the pacific northwest which will continue tomorrow along the western third of the country. more rain for the mid-atlantic states into the gulf coast. they do not need it. southwest into the central rockies. more rain and sunny and mild from the u 8:33. happy tuesday morning to you. i'm meteorologist christina loren. painted clouds, these are stratus clouds overhead. not a lot of fog to report at this point and not a lot of shower activity left over but we are still fair game for spotty showers and thunderstorms as we head throughout the day. want to stop the radar, show you most of the activity route now is pushing offshore. head throughout the day today,
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isolated showers, eye skoal lated thunderstorms, highs in the upper 80s, 88, liver more, 77, fremont. 64 in san francisco today. thankfully. and that's your latest weather. >> al, the question you were asking me last night as we were texting each other, how are they celebrating the royal baby's arrival in the duchess's hometown. michelle kosinski is there with the answer. she is in bucklebury. michelle, good morning. >> good morning. there's a real buzz here right now. maybe quite literally since you can practically hear the champagne corks popping throughout england last night. but bucklebury is where kate grew up and spent the last few weeks of her pregnancy. people here love the royal couple. they often come by and chat and when people ask for a photo they are known to oblige. and now could they be coming here to enjoy the privacy of the
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middleton family home. >> reporter: kate's hometown country pub, village hall as it's been for centuries, young and old, man and woman, the unbridled joy in a royal birth. >> i think it's very exciting. >> the new royal baby. >> all for their local girl, kate. >> she'll always be a bucklebury girl. >> yeah, definitely. always been a bucklebury girl. >> bucklebury, the thousand year old picture perfect english village where the little prince will quite possibly spend his first taste of life. and in the church up in a 600-year-old tower, the bell ringers have been practicing. they will ring in the birth for 45 minutes and when kate and baby visit bucklebury they'll ring what is called a full peel. >> which is 5,040 changes and
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that will take just a fraction under three hours. >> they must memorize every mind boggling combination and it must be perfect where it's not recorded in the church records. not so easy. >> okay. pull. oh i see. i see. if you don't let go, you get your hand seriously burned don't you. >> yes. >> par for history where the names of those before them are etched into the window. 1771. >> reporter: kate and child will be able to hear these carried on the wind from their home in town. there are now restrictions on cars outside the middleton family home. there's a security plan in place here. lots of police around but the
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village council says that's based on speculation that they don't know at this point if and when kate and baby cambridge will come here. >> thank you very much. when we come back, an exclusive look inside versace's miami beach mansion before it goes on the auction block. >> and marc anthony performs live on the plaza. this is "today" on nbc. [ wind howling ]
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we are back at 8:39. looking for a get away place on miami beach, well the mansion that once belonged to johnny versace is on the auction block. janet is there. good morning. >> good morning to you. this is where he once lived and, in fact, it's on these steps where he was gunned down now 16 years ago. this infamous multimillion dollar mansion is set to go on the auction block in september
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and this morning we have an exclusive look behind these very gates. >> reporter: in a prime location on south beach, once a home to versace, it is up for auction. >> i believe it's probably one of the most one of a kind unique properties that's ever been able to be brought to the auction process. this is going to be the auction of the century. >> the home was built in 1930. 23,000 square feet, 10 bedrooms and 11 bathrooms. with a tile pool outside, and museum quality frescos inside and a look at the ocean. >> it's opulent and showy and everything he was. >> the designer bought the mansion in 1992 for close to $3 million and spent a reported 33 million renovating it.
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>> it's an amazing place. wild parties. he called upon everybody from princess diana to cher, elton john. >> versace was murdered on the front steps in 1997. shot to death by a suspected serial killer. three years later it was bought and converted into a boutique and private club. it was listed for sale at $125 million last year. this pay the price is reduced to 75 million. >> there's nothing that is iconic like this. has the history, the beauty, the location. it's priceless. it's hard to set a value on something like that because it's only one. >> reporter: it's now in bankruptcy court and will be auctioned off september 17th with a starting bid of 25 million.
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>> there's never been a property like this sold through the auction process. to me it will make the record books. >> it's to own a piece of south beach history. >> reporter: now we have now moved out to the modest pool where conceivably the new owner could be lounging by october after the september auction. it will take a couple of weeks for bankruptcy court to approve the sale. and if the prospect of decorating 23,000 square feet is daunting, no worries, all furniture is included. >> well, that's bargain. this is where you dive off into the pool and say good-bye. >> i'm thinking no. >> you're having a good hair day. don't do that. coming up next, johnny carson's classic tonight show moments coming to itunes today. we'll catch up with his nephew. but first, this is "today" on nbc.
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and now, ladies and gentlemen, here's johnny. >> with those words we welcomed johnny carson into our homes every night for 30 years. you can relive his classic moments or see what you missed as more than 15 hours of tonight show footage is being offered on itunes. he is the president of carson entertainment group and also johnny's nephew. good to see you. good morning. >> good morning. >> we are huge fans of johnny carson and the greatest thing about offering this video and these moments on itunes is that now younger people are going to be exposed to johnny carson they might not have heard of in the past. >> they might not. the fact that it's available any time, any place, anywhere is great. it's wonderful. >> you started with him on the show. this has become in a sense, a life long career of cureating and taking care of his legacy. >> yeah, he gave me an intern opportunity in the 70s to work at answering the phones and i worked my way through the staff
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and i became pretty much the archivist because i worked with peter putting the anniversary shows and compilation shows. it was a wonderful opportunity. >> as we look at the footage jeff, how do you describe his magic? his talent. >> he is an incredibly good listener. he knows when to jump in and stay back and when to help out. if you look at his interaction with -- >> and ed mcmann. >> unscripted it's wonderful. really wonderful. >> how do you pick out of 30 years of material the 15. it has to be incredibly difficult. >> it is tough. we are concerned about the quality. we want the experience positive for the viewers. so when we originally released material on vhs, johnny and i looked at material on little cassette tapes and we said if it wasn't funny we wouldn't play it and if it was funny we left it in. it got terrific response. >> some of the interviews over the years got so much attention.
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they were so wonderful. i thought it was because the stars when they showed up on the tonight show and knew they were sitting down from johnny carson they made sure they were at their best. is that the way you see it. >> yeah, they were so prepared. look at beth midler, jay leno, these guys, if you get a shot at the tonight show and you're successful, it changes your career. >> he was a favorite as was david letterman. is there a threw line? there's something of him routed in all the people that followed. >> that format that originated here on 30 rock. my early recollections so coming to 30 rock in the 60s. i could sit and watch rehearsal and sit in the booth and it was great stuff. >> he sounds like johnny. >> you do. when you were in the mail room in the 1970s as the nephew of
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johnny carson, did the rest of the staff treat you differently. >> you know, they didn't -- >> they had to. you're the bosses nephew. >> i used to have lunch with the writers at the end of my career when i became the producer and if i showed up late and they had invited someone for lunch, they would say he's the producer of the show and as i would sit down they'd say johnny's nephew. >> thank you. can't wait to see this stuff. it's a pleasure to have you here. >> up next, outside for a love performance from marc anthony. but first, this is "today" on nbc.
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the toyota concert series on today brought to you by toyota. >> well, marc anthony is a lot more than just a grammy winning singer. he is also a business man and actor. >> today he is out with a new album called marc anthony 3.0. good morning to you. >> good morning. and morning it is. >> it is morning. i'm a fan of marc anthony 1.0 and 2.0. tell us about 3.0. what do you mean about that. >> it's a little tongue and cheek to start off with. a whole new improved me. just the approach to music was a lot more refreshing and somebody had 2.0 so i said okay 3.0. >> it made sense. >> i want to ask you about something that happened a week or so ago.
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you sang god bless america as part of the mlb all-star game and some people went online and were vicious saying you should not be the guy singing god bless america. how did you feel about that? >> if i'm not qualified i don't know who is. i was born and raised in new york. i'm an american. i'm puerto rican and for those that don't know puerto rico is a territory of the u.s. to start with. but if you think about it, berlin was a russian jewish immigrant that wrote god bless america. so just think about that for one second. >> keep the perspective. >> exactly. i know with this album you're going back to the salsa roots and the song went straight to number one. it has to make you feel great about the endurance of the music. >> unbelievable. the typical jiters before you put a single out and it's been ten years. this just puts that wind beneath my wings -- just really encourages me to continue. i literally feel like i'm 18 all
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over again. i have so much more to do. >> what's the name of the song? marc anthony. [ music playing ] [ singing in foreign language ]
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marc anthony, thank you. the album is marc anthony 3.0. it will be available later this morning. we're back after your local news.
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good morning to you. it's 8:56. i'm laura garcia-cannon. the search is on for a peninsula tortist that disappeared. pokey, brown african tortoise walked away from the owners a home in foster city this month. i can't imagine it was all that fast. fast-moving storm moving through. can we call it a storm, christina? >> it s monsoonal moisture.
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a few thunderstorms embedded within as well. all that is left, you can see spotty activity up in marin county. see isolated activity from this point on, no more widespread showers, at least until tomorrow morning, thursday into friday, not quite as humid. then this weekend, that dry heat returns. hope you have a great day. [ female announcer ] when you asked us to remove high fructose corn syrup from yoplait original and light, we were like, "sure. no problem!" and you were like, "thanks, but what about thick & creamy and whips!" and we were like, "done and done! now it's out of everything yoplait makes." and you were all, "yum!" and we're like, "is it just us, or has this been a really good conversation?" and you were like, "i would talk, but my mouth is full of yogurt." yoplait. it is so good!
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fire [ cannon shots ] >> it's a 62 gun salute. >> we're not going to wait for all 62 guns. >> we're going to hear a few of them. >> to celebrate the birth of the royal baby. 21 rounds to represent a member of the royal family. 20 rounds to represent it being at a royal location and 21 rounds for the tower of london. 62 gun salute there.
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>> i can tell you, one of the most spectacular things being on the tower bridge and being at the tower of london when we were there for the olympics. >> london is a great place. the culture, the people, everything. >> it's like 400 years old. >> it's great history. >> there's another salute going on if we can take a look, this is green park, 41 gun salute here. 21 rounds to represent a member of the royal family and 20 rounds to represent it being at a royal park. all in celebration of the royal baby. >> we should do some here. >> yeah, we should. >> everybody's hyped up about it here in the state. we should. >> just cap a couple off into the air? see what happens. >> i don't know. maybe you might want to phrase it differently. >> pop a cap -- bust a cap. bust a cap in the air. >> we only went downhill in the
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first minute 30. started nicely. >> tradition. >> we took it there. >> i'm willie geist along with al roker. >> you know one's not right. >> current america's got talent judge mel b. is in this week. america's got talent begins live shows tonight at 9:00, 8:00 central. are you feeling good about what we're going to see tonight? >> i'm excited and nervous. >> because it's live. yeah, we have 60 acts. a full on show. very exciting. >> 60 acts? >> a lot can go wrong. >> a lot can go wrong as you can see here if the first two minutes. >> right. >> we've got a big one. it's going to be huge tonight. >> you kind of tipped earlier what the opening is going to be. >> i know but thankfully the rockets have already been announced. so i didn't get myself into too much trouble there. >> not too much of a surprise after all. >> no, it's not.
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>> but they're all dressed as a royal baby. >> no they're not. >> they're all wearing diapers. it's fantastic. >> now al, we have a special surprise coming up for you at the end of the block. remember how much we loved the golden easel yesterday? we may or may not have our own golden easel. >> that's not much of a surprise. >> i said may not. could be something else all together. >> wow, you just busted another cap. >> let's go to natalie shall we? she can bail us out of all of this. she is still outside st. mary's hospital. natalie, we're expecting to see william and catherine and the new baby this morning. >> we're not expecting that. >> we hope. >> that's right. we're all waiting for the royal debut here and we're thinking and getting guidance saying it's probably not going to happen until later on this afternoon or the early evening hours here so a little after 1:00 p.m. eastern your time there. so that's the expectation now. perhaps later tonight or perhaps early in the morning tomorrow but it sounds like perhaps later
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tonight is where the kensington palace is guiding us for now. that's going to be the big moment. we're still keeping our eye trained on that door. that's the moment everyone is waiting for when prince william and catherine emerge from the doors with their new royal prince and present him to the world. it's quite possible that they will both probably speak at that time as well. a lot of excitement for that moment and again it continues to be a waiting game which i'm getting used to around here. lots of celebrations around london. you showed us the 62 gun salute there at the tower of london and a lot of that going on. last night, the fountain was lit up in blue. the london eye was also lit up blue. so everybody celebrating the birth of a new little baby boy, guys. >> we saw a biker go by. things have been going on behind you. tell us about last night when the town crier started off. >> the town crier. >> what were you thinking this
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guy was doing. >> you were on the air. >> she was on the air. >> here's the thing, i was in the middle of a special report and the town crier just pulls up and brian williams is like who is that guy? turns out he is a town crier, at least a self-proclaimed town crier and he came to deliver the royal proclamation, the birth, the announcement of the baby. so it was an interesting moment on live television. now, apparently, also his name the is tony appleby and he runs a home for elderly here as well. seems like a nice guy but he crashed the party and was surprised by the media attention he got. his facial expressions. >> yeah, they were -- >> the street is not closed off behind you because there's bikers going by. >> it was yesterday too. wide open to the public. >> oh, yeah. we've seen giant pigs come by. >> what does that even mean.
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>> i'm not kidding you. big stuffed pig. >> real pig. >> like a big pink pig. i should have taken a picture -- it was a big stuffed animal big that was handing out -- where's the candy? they were handing out candy. everything from ice cream to coconut water. i have to tell you, i've got the pig candy -- what is this pig candy. percy's pig pen. >> is that english candy? i've never seen it before. >> i think it is. i'm going to have to try it. >> get in there. >> the anticipation of seeing kate and william is tremendous and the pressure for her, she just had a baby and she has to go out in public. that takes a lot. >> not a lot of human beings have to do that. >> it's good. >> is it good. >> what does it taste like? >> this is really good by the way. >> is there a hint of pork? >> does it taste like pork?
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>> it looks chewy. >> no, it tastes like a strawberry twizzler. >> why don't you offer one to that bobby behind you? >> go on ask him. >> no thank you. >> he doesn't want it. >> it's become really entertaining being here every day. >> not amused. >> i think he's supposed to say no. >> natalie is led off to the old vick. it's a theater. >> it's a pub. >> oh my goodness, natalie, excellent reporting from the candy all the way through. fantastic work. >> break out some veggimite later. >> please do come home. it's starting to be time. >> that's not good. >> do you like it?
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>> no. >> the next question is what's the name. we still don't know the name. we had predictions. you and i said boy first of all. >> yes we did. >> you were right. i was wrong. >> but most people thought it was a girl. >> not like he was going to have a puppy. >> what was your name yesterday. >> i think edward or george. >> edward. >> edward or george. >> what was yours? >> i'm thinking something a bit more elaborate. alexander or something grand. >> you liked alexandra for a girl. >> yes i did. >> there was a royal named corky. >> corky? that's an odd name. >> it was the 6th century. >> and you remember that? >> it seems unlikely. the odds by the way are with george. that's the favorite 2-1. then james alexander, richard,
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louis and henry. >> henry. i like a henry. >> this is a little bittersweet, though, it has to be for william. >> when his mom passed. >> we talk about the moment when catherine and william will come down the steps, that's the exact same place diana came with prince charles holding baby william 31 years ago and you think and know how important grandparents are to the whole experience. >> and he was so close to his mom. >> idolized her. >> there it was 31 years ago. think about her age. married at 20. 20 when she had the baby. engaged at 19 and only 36 when she died in 1997. this happened so young and fast for diana. >> how old is kate right now? >> 31. >> she is 31. a little bit older. >> it's interesting too. you look at prince charles and how in the 30 years he aged. he looks so young there and in 30 years. >> life has been tough for him.
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is that what you're saying? >> you know, that's right. >> a roller coaster ride. >> one thing we do have to say, there was a ton of online reaction, tweets from around the world but there was one we really must point out. if we could just call that up. >> look at that. >> the lion king. >> that's pretty good. >> i wonder if they're going to be as public with their baby. >> that's an interesting question. >> because everybody in britain wants to be hands on and see them out and about. they do have a down to earth kind of persona. they are kind of in some ways. >> in our next segment we'll talk about that a little bit. >> can you imagine when they come to this country with the baby what that's going to be like? >> crazy. >> we're more excited than the brits. >> i think you are a little bit. it's okay though. >> what's going on with the weather. >> let's see what we got for you. we have a lot of wet weather
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into new england. we'll get another round here in the northeast but new england will see from one to two inches of rain and maybe hail out of this thing. we've also got strong storms back to the west. a risk of strong storms back through the northern plains into the upper midwest. large hail, damaging winds, torrential rains. you can see already good activity going. rainfall amounts, some areas pick up anywhere from 3 to 5 inch of rain from little 9:11 on a tuesday. good morning, i'm meteorologist christina loren. this, of course, san francisco. this is what is left of the low cloud cover. we have kind of an interesting forecast. let's show you the radar, look at this, quite a bit of shower activity moving through the bay area. earlier at this point, some light, spotty cells that are starting to break apart as we speak, still kind of cloudy and humid for today. 88 on the way to livermore, 77, fremont, 66 degrees in san francisco. getting into the end of the week, temperatures level off we lose this humidity by friday. i hope you have a great day. that's your latest weather.
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>> al, as you may know, all important information these days, disseminated by a golden easel. >> not twitter. golden easel. >> golden easel which is the thing. the new thing. >> we want to adopt that around here. we have a couple of interns elle and caitlin around here to help us unveil the golden easel. >> this is all for you al. >> all for you. >> that's fantastic. >> it's not gold at all. >> wow. >> interns, your parents must be so proud of you. 50,000 a year to do this. >> i love your outfit and the hat. >> thank you. >> are you getting college credit for this. >> i hope so. >> i hope so. >> let's do it in a british accent. >> i hope so. >> give her the college credit. so we're going to take our teases off this, al. all morning long. >> that's spectacular. >> it's so much better on paper. >> it is. coming up next, royal baby's
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over the whole of the pr on that. he has two weeks paternity leave but then it's great to fly a helicopter. that's a great excuse. >> how long have you been studying the royals for? >> well, i've been reporting since the days of princess diana in the late 80s, i suppose, early 90. camilla has been around a decade or so but it has changed. the amount of media attention is so much bigger. >> it's such an instant form of media. if you think about things happening down here, it's coming out on the social networking sites, on twitter, it's a thoroughly modern age but these are thoroughly modern royal parents and they'll be making their own way through life doing it their own way. we have seen that with them staying with the baby for four hours before making it known to
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the world. they have their own agenda. >> it was great when prince charles came out and made the statement to the media, people could have accused him of being too dutiful but it was better for the media. it would have been great if william had come out and had a little chat on camera. >> if only. >> but i mean, i was going to say to mel, i hear david beckham could be one of the god parents. that would be great, wouldn't it? >> do you have any information on that. >> any lips are sealed. >> my lips are sealed. >> one of the headlines. >> camilla, let me ask you, based on the media culture you just described, how can william and catherine keep this baby out of the media spotlight as they're going to try to do? how do you do that in this day and age? >> look it has to be a very careful balance, obviously they know the world feels like it owns a little bit of this baby already. that said, they are new parents.
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it's their child and they want to keep part of their lives private. william is fiercely protective of his privacy and that of his wife and family. there will have to be a careful balance struck between releasing imagines of this child and let's face it, equally to hold something back. people that think they'll be able to get away with pursuing kate and the baby like diana will find out on the wrong arm of the law that that ain't happening again. >> the other thing is when we know when diana was being pursued she had gotten diplomatic protection. this baby is well guarded. protection officers are assigned to be charged straight away obviously with the team with kate. i don't forsee there being an issue. he will use the law to protect them as well. >> thank you both. coming up next, the headlines you need to know before you walk out the door.
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able to enroll. and the baby enstein activity jumper is being recalled turns out the sun toy can snap backyards and injury the baby. and big changes at taco bell. they'll phase out the kids meals including the toys that come with it. instead, taco bell is going to concentrate on the menus changes by the end of the year. >> two humpback whale almosts had a diver for jump. they surface with their giant mouths wide open. one diver just a few feet away. his friends say they've never seen him swim so fast. you bet that's true. now back to willie, al and mel b. >> good thing he was wearing a wet suit. >> crazy. >> still ahead, what you need to
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unresponsive at a home near blossom hill road in monterey highway. police are looking for a man who hit a group of cyclists saturday morning and took off. two people were injured, including this 20-year-old woman. she is still in the hospital with a fractured skull. going to have a look at the morning commute and the forecast, right after this.
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time is 9:28, getting light showers, though most of that precipitation is starting to clean clear up and wiped down. head throughout date, fair game for isolated showers, best chance will be over the western-facing slopes surrounding san jose. 88 on the way to livermore, 77, fremont, 66 degrees in san francisco. here's where it gets interesting. we are going to see temperatures kind of hovering around the upper 80s to low 90s the next few days, keeping those thunderstorms going until friday. then temperatures don't really change but we lose that humidity. it is going to feel a lot more comfortable out there boy, they are getting comfortable on that road this morning, mike. they should. because they are going to be there for a while. for northbound 280, look at this
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shot, folks, coming toward you, north 280 under 880/17, the folks going to the left, heading south bound 280 onto north 880. slow north 280 all wait fromn#b there into cupertino, at the end, lanes blocked the far right and far left. folks were squeezing through there. ubackup, another crash right around santa monica expressway, slow off the enter change, use 101 as an alternate, as well as basically surface streets around the area that's tough. oakland 880 traveling north slow from the coliseum to 23rd, new crash there as well. laura? >> thank you very much. another local news update in half an hour. have a great morning. want to start the day with something heart healthy and delicious? you're a talking bee... honey nut cheerios has whole grain oats that can help lower cholesterol. and it tastes good? sure does! right... ♪ wow. delicious, right? yeah. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... ♪
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well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? be happy. be healthy. welcome back to today on this tuesday morning, july 23rd, 2013. i'm willie geist with al roker and royal watcher mel b. who is in for natalie while she tends to the royal baby. >> is she actually tending to the baby? >> she is tending to the baby. it's amazing. coming up this half hour, more of our financial how to tool kit. this morning, managing your morgage. we're going to toll you what you need to know. the easel is back. >> plus live on our special series, a wounded warrior gets the chance to fulfill a lifetime dream by getting to play ball again with a team of america's bravest on some of the most
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legendary baseball fields in america. >> this is a great story. we'll have that in a few minutes and book block busters. we'll tell you which of your favorite best sellers are getting ready to hit the big screen. but first, al has another look at the weather. >> wet weather in the northeast and a risk of strong storms in the central plains. the heat continues in the pacific northwest. monsoonal moisture in the southwest. we'll see showers in the mid-atlantic states and gulf coast, into the southeast. it will be mild but lower humidity into the northeast and new england. plenty of heat from seattle all the way to san diego. look for more showers in the central parts of 9:31 on a tuesday morning, taking a live look, beautiful start to the day here over sinole, just some stratus clouds overhead. we got a good-looking 6#foreca most of the shower activity has cleared out and starting to push off to the west at this point. for us that means we are going to see a loft sunshine but that
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humidity will sting around. no pun intended. 88 degrees in livermore, 77 for fremont and 81 in redwood city today. getting into the next couple of days, we will hit the low 90s, keep that humidity going to thursday. not as humid you can not as hot by friday. that's your latest weather, willie. >> thanks this morning. on investing 101. everything you need to know about mortgages. prices hit a five year high. so if you're in the market, what should you do? mike aubrey is the host of a hgtv's power broker. >> good morning. >> mel b. pays for her properties in cash. >> everything. right out of the briefcase. >> let's bottom line this first, housing still a good investment. >> absolutely. >> absolutely. historically it's always provided a return. you can't look back at the last ten years and say that's what the housing market is. it's always been a good
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investment. >> if i want a mortgage, what's my biggest challenge? >> the very very tenuous underwriting standards. that has swung all the way from if you could fog up a piece of glass somebody could give you money to now even people with great credit and good assets are being put through the ringer. >> is it arbitrary the way they're doing it? or how do i know if i'll be okay getting a mortgage. >> know your credit worthiness. what's your credit score? 10%? 20%. if you have a butt load of cash you're fine. you can get the mortgage. >> i don't. >> you can back up a u-haul full of cash. so you have a mortgage tool kit. >> yeah. be ready going in. you can't go into a lender and say i have a job. give me the mortgage and they say fine. have all of your documentation together. have your w-2s, your tax statements, bank statements,
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credit card statements. >> you have to be really prepared. >> have it ready. if you do that first the process is so much easier than if they started telling you what you need and then you go find it. >> mike there's a bunch of places gouk. a major bank, a local bank or go online. what's are the distinctions and advantages. >> major banks have a comfort level that come with them. we all noels, city, places like that. i think what you get back often is it takes a lot longer to get the loan done because more people are applying with them. when you go to local banks, you'll get more aggressive rates and see things go a little faster and you might have more one-on-one service. >> do you like the idea of finding a mortgage online. >> it's a great tool. you can do it to find your hotel fa fares and plane fares but you have to be careful. they're going to flash up a rate and it's going to be a rate that only the person with the most
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perfe perfect credit will go. so read the fine print but it's a great way. >> there's a distinction between mortgage, 30 year, 15 year fixed rate but also adjustable rate mortgages. how do i know which is best for me? >> i think the big distinction is a fixed-rate mortgage is what it says. the rate that goes the life of the loan. whether it's over 30 or 15 depends which one you want to do. adjustment rate mortgage is based on a benchmark. after a period of time it will change. it can be a great mortgage depending on how long you'll stay in the house. >> yeah. rates are lower. it's funny because for a long time people were doing adjustable rate mortgages and doing them a lot during the housing boom and it went from a three letter word to four letter word because everybody thinks arms are so blame. it's a great product as long as you know how long you're going to be in the house. if you're in the house 20 years
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sport. as soon as you can put a glove on. i was out here. this is what we lived for. >> josh dreamed of playing in the big leagues one day but a desire to deserve his country lead the native to list in the marines. >> you're serving people, your serving your nation and get to wear a uniform and call yourself a marine for the rest of your life. >> six months after arriving in afghanistan, josh's life changed forever. >> it was a day like this. rolling around going to a local place to get a surprise and i remember hearing this sucking noise and it went off. >> his unit's truck hit an ied buried under ground. my feet were numb and that oh crap factor. i remember looking and sitting back and thinking this pretty much could be the end. i remember one of my buddies reaching over to grab my hand and he would squeeze to see if i was still there and if i squeezed back he knew i was still alive.
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that term brotherhood is always there. >> reporter: that brotherhood and the thought of his family kept josh fighting to stay alive. >> i'm just going to fight until i can see my family one more time. that's all i wanted. >> he lost both of his lesson. but after months of hard work, he was walking again. >> when a guy is lying in a hospital bed hooked up to all of the tubes and machines you don't know what he will be capable of but when he stood up and took the steps, okay, we'll be all right. >> months later he took his first steps back on to the ball field. >> that was always a drive for me. it was always something i wanted to accomplish. >> reporter: and in june, josh finally made it on to his field of dreams. >> double play. >> reporter: yankee stadium. >> i don't care if you had to strap two by fours to my feet. i would have been out here some way, shape or form. we have all been given second chances. >> reporter: then another dream
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came true when josh played at citi field as part of all-star week. >> you're like a kid in a candy store. the whole stadium engulfed you. >> reporter: a home run. >> two run shot for josh, maybe the best one out here. >> reporter: and game mvp. >> the wounded warrior, tremendous diving play in the outfield and the home run. >> reporter: proving the team motto, that life without limbs is limitless. >> josh was awarded the purple heart for his service is one of 20 guys on that team. private donations pay for the national tour. you can go online and help yourself. you combine the determination of these guys with what they're doing in modern medicine today it's amazing you get them back doing what they love. >> so inspirational. that's great, willie. >> up next, books to box office. which of your favorite best sellers are headed to the big screen? some of hollywood's biggest stars? some of hollywood's biggest stars? we'l
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down of best sellers heading to the big screen. good to see you. >> good to see you too. it feels like every day there's a new book turned into a movie. so we wanted to put together a list on buzz feed for people to know to watch and read before it comes out. >> so wolf of wall street. >> if you haven't seen the trailer, it's amazing. >> the trailer is unbelievable. >> it's so good. >> i don't know. i mean, time will tell. whenever they team up it's always really cool. >> matthew. >> he was amazing in magic mike. jonah hill. always funny. >> how hard is it because, you know, that's always fought with danger. taking a book that people love and making it into a movie. >> you imagine so much in your head and you get the details wrong and you get kind of angry, you know. >> well, harry potter did it amazingly so. >> they transferred that one really nicely. >> yeah, next one is by veronica
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roth. you say it's like hunger games without the love triangle. >> it's the new hunger games. and in fact when she was cast she called jennifer lawrence and was like what do i do. jennifer lawrence said don't be an idiot take the roll and keep your head on straight. >> she actually said to her don't be an idiot? >> you know, jennifer lawrence is great that way. >> you said that to me just before we started. >> you did. next, in fact, she is going to be in the other movie, the fault in our stars by john green. >> that's right. so this one is very sad. it's about a 13-year-old girl, in the book, she has cancer and falls in love in a support group for teenagers with cancer. >> it's a tear jerker. >> if you've ever seen a walk to remember, okay, similar idea which i got pretty misty. >> did you cry during the notebook. >> they loved each other at the
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end -- >> did you cry. >> yeah. i think we all did. >> guilty as charged. >> i love rachel mcadams. a great actress. >> enders game. kind of a sci-fi thing. >> kind of like star trek, star wars. it's an older book. >> harrison ford is in this. >> he's awesome. >> and there is some controversy around the book because of the author said some things about gay marriage and there's a boycott. but he has sense said he didn't mean it. 20 years ago, 30 years ago and we'll see if it overshadows or not. >> and the trailer is out for mortal instruments. >> yes, so it's super natural demons versus angels in new york city but it stars nina from game of throwns who is amazing. >> my wife read this book, gone girl, which she loved by
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gillian flnn. i'm finishing it now and i can't give too much away. >> i read it. you don't see this stuff coming. unbelievable. >> i'll have to get that. >> ben afleck was just cast as the lead. and dana fincher who can adapt pretty much any book. girl with the dragon tattoo. >> really looking forward to that. thank you so much. appreciate it. >> thank you. >> coming up, we'll check back in with natalie and find out what's going on at st. mary's. this is today -- first this is "today" on nbc. [ glenn stonebarger ] we are a family farm.
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all right. let's check in with natalie outside st. mary's hospital in london. >> we hear the middletons are coming. >> the middletons are coming. that's right.
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we just got guidance that the middletons will be arriving within the next 10 to 15 minutes. all excited to meet their new little baby grandson. carol middleton and michael middleton. this is their first grandchild as well. we'll be watching and waiting for them to arrive. the baby will come later on in the afternoon to early evening. >> have we heard anything about the other set of grandparents? >> there are -- there is talk here that that could happen later this evening as well. that we may see prince charles perhaps later on. >> you are never coming home. >> but there's no official word yet. >> you're stuck there. that's it. >> fantastic. >> i'm looking for real estate at this point. >> natalie, come home. please come home. >> her husband wants her to come home. >> see you later. >> natalie, thanks so much. we'll talk to you soon. >> up next, hoda has carson daly
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good morning to you turks 19:56, i'm marla tellez. a 16-year-old boy is accused of raping an intoxicated 40-year-old south bay woman in her home before stealing from her. police say that happened saturday night after the woman took a taxi home from the bar.
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the taxi driver reportedly asked another woman and her teenaged son to help him get the intoxicated woman into her morgan hill home.r>ñ later that night, investigators the teenager returned to that home and raped her, also accused of later burglarizing the home with the help of his 15-year-old girlfriend and another friend. there is some rain in parts of the bay area. get a look at that forecast with meteorologist christina loren. good morning. >> good morning to you, marla. still feeling summery. humidity out there done with the rain-cooled air, a little bit of activity lingering over the north bay, overall, seeing a lot of improvement when it comes to shower thes. the clouds will stick around just about all day. mix of sun and clouds and humid but not too hot. 88 in livermore, 77, fremont, 81, redwood city. 66 in san francisco. here it, the all-important 7-day forecast. i can tell you right now, temperatures are going to stay in the 90s, not too hot and we will be done with that humidity thursday into friday. a little improvement there, huh,
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mike? >> yeah, yeah, don't like it muggy what i call t looking over here toward oakland, where it was kind of slow, call that as well, now much better north, 880, 23rd, the crash cleared, recovered the last half hour. the maps show you still slow south of 238, a crash just past that on-ramp and that has cleared to the shoulder so now traffic starting to smooth out hayward. south 101, crash of popular san mateo, still worse by that distraction. south northbound routes a problem, north 101, 85, north 280, crash in cupertino cleared out of lanes, still very slow, back up off 680, 280, into town and the same area, marla. back to you. >> thanks, mike. back with the next local news update at 10:26. see you then. so... [ gasps ]
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come on, it's a boy! >> oh, it's a boy! it's a boy! >> it's a boy, everybody! >> it's a boy! >> it's a royal baby boy who will be king in 90 years. >> congratulations to william and kate. we thought it would happen on our show. it did not. it did hant until later in the afternoon but we do know it is a
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boy. everyone's eyes are trained on this door because we want to see that baby. kate and william are supposed to come just like his mom before him did and his father when he was a newborn. >> didn't they walk out with princess diwi when they were leaving? >> i think they come out when they're leaving. >> they are going to bring the baby out any second? >> i don't think so. somebody told me her hair stylist went in to do her hair. that will make you think kate will be coming out soon. >> i was right. i predicted that it was going to be a boy. >> yes, you did. >> i would love to say i was waiting for the moment to happen. i wanted the moment when the baby came out but i was passed out in my hotel room because hoda made me drink four shots of crown royal. so i came of came to somewhere around 4:30 and on nbc, that's what i was watching. it wasn't cnn, it was nbc news. it's a boy. it's a boy. oh, no, i was passed out during the royal baby birth.
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>> did you miss this guy, the town crier? who was this guy. he stood up in front of the hospital. i thought he was like an official royal guy. >> this is tony appleton. that was me when i left the show yesterday. i was just running around new york city, had hello! it's noon, and i'm drunk! so this guy's not sanctioned by buckingham palace. he's not sanctioned by the uk. >> no, he is not. he is just out there. he captured the a -- >> who is the guy? >> he's the town crier. >> if that happened in new york city he was arrested had in two seconds. >> he made "nightly news." that guy was on everywhere. because the way they do it with the old-fashioned way, the piece of paper and the easel, it just doesn't have any punch. it is very subdued and beautiful, but yet nothing. >> so you get the town drunk to come out and ring some bells? >> the baby was 8 pounds 6 ounces.
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we don't know the name yet. >> the odds-on vegas favorite is james, i believe. if you're going to opine for answers, i don't know. >> i'm going with michael. >> michael? that's the least royal name of all time. i'm going with it is definitely not going to be mike. his name's mike. >> michael. michael is kate's dad. >> james, george. the deal with the name is this. william's got a very long name. i don't know what it is but all these -- the speculation about the name, they are he's just going to string them all together so it will be garbaeor james, alexander -- maybe they'll throw spencer in there. >> you know what else had had a baby yesterday? p penelope cruz. she had a baby the same day. oh, the middletons are arriving! look what's happening live on our program. that's her mom and dad and there they go. >> i see they're not bearing gifts of any kind. >> that was pretty much it.
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>> they could have brought a pie or something. some flowers. crown royal? >> this little baby shares a birthday with alex trebek. >> okay. sorry. >> selena gomez. david spade. danny glover. bob dole. >> okay. you're a little ahead there. >> it was a really beautiful day. i'm glad the baby is healthy. we'll find a little bit more. you made a special drink to celebrate. >> i did. i'm a big fan of the bloody mary. on the set of "the voice" my trailer is strategically placed close to blake shelton because when i run out of vodka i just knock on his door. i love to make blood marys for the cast and crew. >> it's really spicy. >> i like cheap liquor store ice because it melts better. it is strong. it is a lot of vodka. then it's just some mix and your basic.
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wo i use mr. and mrs. ts. wo worcester shishire is importan. beef jerky and cheese. >> ooh! >> you got to build a good bloody mary. >> that has a lot of tabasco or something hot. >> there is. don't be a wimp, hoda. >> i had to do -- i did watch what happens live. >> it is a crazy show. >> with andy cohen. it starts at 11:00 p.m. i found the one person on the planet who had no idea that there was a baby born. not andy because aen zi very clued in. watch the top of the show. >> kept up, i got the role, i got the role. >> tamara -- she had no clue that there was a baby born.
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>> who is that woman? >> from "the real housewives of the o.c." >> well, that makes sense. >> she had no clue at all. to make me feel at home, they had a cut-out kathie lee who was acting as the bartender. >> hoda phone, here comes the judge. it's watch what happens live with mrs. eddie judge and hoda kotb now. >> there's kath. >> was that fun? >> it's like a tiny little clubhouse. probably like 15 chairs. they did this segment called "studio 1-hey." they had you talk about each person on the thing. >> what did you say? >> i'm not even -- >> come on. they brought up names? >> they bring it out. they -- >> what did you say for matt lauer? >> i said the word -- i said jewels. >> okay. what did you say for al roeker?
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>> >> no, i'm not going to say. >> why? >> because it was late at night when no one's supposed to be watching. >> you see she went for her drink? these defense mechanism number one. i don't know, i'm not going to say anything. oh, i don't know. >> but anyway -- >> that means they're hiding something. what was your name for al roker? >> no! have you ever gotten up the morning after something and go, oh, god. >> i did this morning! did you watch the show yesterday? i worked so hard to bridge the gap between nbc and entertainment news with five shots of crown royal waiting for that baby to come out. >> you totally tanked it. yesterday geraldo rivera did that selfie. he took a picture of himself practically naked with just a towel. >> i just don't get -- favre, i don't get these older guys taking pictures. he looks great from the neck down, i guess.
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what did you think? >> i thought he looked good for 70. >> that's what he wrote. he wrote 70 is the new 50. >> i know. >> then his wife came and tweeted something immediately after that was very, very apologetic for her husband's behavior. >> and he apologized. he said he shouldn't be tweeting after 1:00 in the morning. >> naked pick tuesday of geraldo rivera showing up on your doorstep. thoughts now going through their mind. number ten -- does this mean he's running for office. number nine -- at least he kept his mustache on. number eight, the mayans were only a year off. number two -- i'd tap that martha stewart only. and the number one thought goes to people's thoughts upon seeing this photo -- >> oh, my god. do you do selfies? >> no, not at all. i just did one a minute ago. i don't get that generation.
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i don't get it. the sense of entitlement for everybody to constantly be telling everybody what they're doing. you have to assume that people really care what you're doing at all hours of the day. it seems a little bit much to me. sort of fight for my privacy so i'm not into it. and there you go, geraldo is an example of someone i thought should be thrown off the roof of their house. he and justin bieber. i think they should start taking celebrities' phones away from them. >> don't you think twitter is one of those things, are you angry, upset, you are feeling that way and in that second you can watch your whole career go up in flames. >> there are a lot of celebrities who are quick to go to twitter to say on the private jet, like have to wait two hours on the runway thonon this g-4. they make it sound like something we can all -- >> or they retweet really great compliments about them. did you that yesterday on the show. >> i did? what did i say? that's not true.
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favorite things. have you an iphone. okay? iphones are great but one thing that's not great about them is the battery just sometimes dies so quickly. >> a lot of people leave a lot of their apps open. they don't realize. there is a way to close them out to save some battery life. but for those of us who travel a lot. i'm not endorsed by this company at all. basically it is the size of a normal iphone case. it is called a mofi. if you keep it there, see it will light up. when my iphone goes dead, i just flip the switch and this automatically charges it. it is basically -- like two days worth of iphone. super light. it's less than $100. >> you charge that with a blackberry charger, don't you? >> this comes apart right here. you just throw your iphone in like that. then you would just snap it in. >> is it expensive? >> there's different ones. it is around $100. >> can we show them? >> we showed them yesterday.
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>> look how cute his screaver - oh. >> that's all you get. >> if you want a quick page turner, there is a good book called "bad monkey." it is one of those books you buy, you'll hop on the plane. >> give me the ten seconds synopsis. >> it is a mystery, a murder -- >> is it really about a monkey? >> yeah. there is a monkey in there that they say comes from one of johnny depp's movies. it is very clever. it is a great quick read. sara, what do you have? >> i have this kwun gafun game, called heads up. you've played games like this where you have to act out or -- >> she loves geraldo. she -- >> we just said her name. >> martha stewart. >> yes, next. >> he's got a sister that's named maggie still in the
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street. 60 contestants vie for the $1 million prize. mel b. 6 spice girls fame is one of the judges on the show. she's certainly gotten an eye full and earful from cop testants, both great and small. >> hello, dear. how are you? >> now this little girl was shockingly -- she was just shocking. >> i have a question about this little girl. did you love her? >> she actually frightened me a little bit. she did frighten me. >> did you vote for had he or against her. >> i said no. >> what's it like -- >> it's always hard are to say no to kids. >> what is it like when you look at that young girl's face and say huh-uh to her. >> i know there is a genre of music that's really popular but that's just not my cup of tea. >> you would be terrified to run into her in the hallways -- >> screaming at me. yeah, she was rocking out. >> two of your guys, nick canon
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and howie mandel are very busy this morning. >> that's the worst place for a german folk like howie mandel to ring -- a germophobe. >> how is it like working with that zpru. >> we have a lot of fun especially when the cameras are off. >> some of those acts are freaky. like you see the singers and you think they're very cool. there are those weirdos -- >> this was fun, the big line dance. >> then we said no to the guy. >> watching howard dance. >> howard is the best on the show. >> what do you mean, he is the best? >> just in general terms. >> what? >> he's a great addition to the show. >> is he actually a very funny and sweet guy. very sweet. i call him my cuddly tedy bear.
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he doesn't like that though. >> not at all. do your kids watch the show? >> they love it. they particularly like the dancing acts. >> do they want to get in show business, your kids? >> no. >> do you discourage them? >> yes. you can be a doctor or lawyer, that's it. choose one. no, i'm joking! i'm joking. >> when your kids watch "america's got talent" and they see the guy whose swallow the swords, some acts are cringe worthy just for grown-ups. >> they know it is entertaining to watch. they're not going to try this at home. >> you know what? i'm sorry. >> who would be a great vegas act? is it a magician? a singer? >> i think any of these acts can go ahead and win it. you can be a magician, you can and great singer, dancer, anything. as long as you'ren entertaining >> have fun tonight. enjoy yourself. sara haines heads to one of the warmest places in the
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for decades ice bars have been hot overseas. now those frozen pops seem to be popping up all over the states. >> ice bar orlando is the largest permanent ice bar in the world made from more than 50 tons of ice and kept at below freezing temps. clearly i was in for a very different kind of florida getaway. >> reporter: the sun, the surf, the sand, and right in the middle of the sweltering heat -- an ice bar. that's more like it. everything in here is ice. how do you keep that in that form? >> you're actually sitting in a giant freezer. >> do you get a unique group of people wanting to work here? >> we have had some people who came in and said, i'm dying to be your ice bar bartender. and they last about 25 minutes
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and go, okay, i'm just dying. >> reporter: on to a carving lesson with joe, the sculptor behind all of the ice bar art. >> go ahead and -- not like that! i'm just kidding. >> i got it. woo! >> reporter: joe had one more trick up his sleeve. >> hoda's hair looks really good. i feel right at home now. i've got my girls. need a drink. bartender. i was ready to mix things up ice bar style. >> two glasses. yep. check. did that. you know how much to do, right? you going low or high. >> high, high, high. cheers! >> cheers. >> oh, my gosh, that tastes just like root beer. >> it is. it is dangerous. >> oh, this is going to be a long night. welcome to our freezer!
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hi, guys, welcome to the ice bar. i have some drinks picked out for you. this is called the cream sickle. cream and sickle. i'm going to make this really strong because you look like you need a drink. it didn't take long for me to heat this place up. here we go. >> thank you. >> that will warm you up on the inside. >> this is a peachy princess. it looks right up your alley, sir. whoa. lot of peach in there. not so much princess. who's up next? i like it alcohol with a splash of mixer. >> good job! >> reporter: finally, i found some florida warmth. time to defrost. that's cold. speaking of defrosting, i tried to bring back the ice sculptures but this is as far as i got. don't drink that all in one sitting, carson. >> the glasses were made of ice? >> all made of ice.
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highway. it is not clear if foul play was involved or if that baby divide natural causes. after the break, we will check the forecast and mike will look at the morning commute.
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welcome back now, the time 10:28. feels soupy out there. it is humid. 77, fremont. 81, san jose, 66 degrees in san francisco. the warmer it gets we head throughout the day the better the chance for some thunderstorms. we will show you where and when
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we are expecting those today at 11:00. first, want to check your drive with mike inouye. >> humid for a lot'c of folks stuck, basking in that sun as well, north 280 that shot north now, clear at the 17 interchange. the crash is all cleared, cupertino and san jose, northbound approaching the 3f% interchange, a little slowing now, south 880 slow through this area a fire south 280 at farm hill, caused spectator slowing and the on-ramp is closed. back to you. thanks, at 11:00, two humpback whales almost had a diver for lunch off the central coast and it was all caught on camera. this video here is incredible. the whales come right up next to the divers. the divers did make it safely back to the boat. coming up at 11:00, we will hear from one of those divers and his close encounter in 30 minutes. we do hope to see you then. meantime, like to introduce to you second graders from san jose. say hell over there be at home.
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wave, everybody. say thank you for watching nbc bay area. find the latest information online any time, nbcbayarea.com. jon kelley and i will see you at 11:00. keep waving. we're back with more on this booze day tuesday. carson daly is helping me out while kathie lee is away for a while. >> look at my face. i'm so excited. "today" contributor and contributing editor for people "style watch" jill martin is here to help you shop like the stars. >> we can look like the stars? >> we can look like the stars for less. i think all of these items are a way to incorporate into your summer and fall wardrobe without sort of breaking the bank so some of these things may be for you. >> jessica alba is our first up. take a look at -- >> is she here? >> no. that's a photo. we don't have them coming here. tell us about this outfit. >> i'm going to make a lame
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joke. she spends a lot of cash. just her shoes, $775. let's bring out danielle. her entire outfit is $277. >> she looks just like jessica alba! >> she does. better. >> this whole outfit cost as much as one jessica alba shoe. >> these pumps are $90 as opposed to the $775. we love these pants. statement pants are huge for summer. going into fall. $19.18 by forever 21. the faux leather jack, $79.99. >> i am so buying this outfit. you look awesome. >> statement pants are really the craze. >> come out, jo ann. you look perfect. >> we're going to call you up for the next segment, too.
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next up, the beautiful eva longoria rocking her great maxi dress. >> she looks a lot like her. what's so expensive about that? >> just her coach bag is $348. her entire outfit here, $248.93. we love a maxi dress here because it is kind of forgiving depending on where you're sort of -- the bag is $89. available at macy's. the maxi dress, $77.99, great for summer, also going into fall just to throw over. we love maxi dresses, just throw over a cardigan. jewelry is $32. my jewel candy. the point is don't splurge on more than one item especially when it is trendy or not going to take you from season to season. the statement jewelry, $32. >> good one. that was excellent. last up, miranda kerr. you awake? stay with me. miranda kerr. this is her look. how much is this look. >> miranda -- just her bag,
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all right, everybody. grab your tool box. whether you're got junk laying around in your house or you're ah-hah bit ul dumpst dumpster d we'll show you how to give that a new step. >> here is brian kelsey, licensed contractor, host of "kelsey on the house" premiering on this season's coz itv. >> you guys have probably jumped in some dumpsters now and again. but these projects are very easy to do yourself. you can make a lamp out of anything literally. i've seen boots, shoes, you've seen from christmas story -- remember the big leg? i chose wine and beer. >> of course you did. >> starts with a glass bottle. you need to drill a hole in the bottle first. to do that, you need a glass cutting bit so it doesn't shatter. drill it through, pull your wire
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through. >> you have to drink the wine first. >> i spent all day long yesterday drinking this. >> that's why you're good at what you do. >> well, not feeling so well now. best part, this comes with a little cork. the cork is what holds the wire in there and you tighten it down there really good, tight. then you start to build the lamp. >> are these hard to find? >> i got all this at home depot. one little kit, build it from there. boom, boom, boom. >> that easy, huh? >> is there a problem because the heat and this glass. >> no. there's not much heat. >> this is a mini keg. >> i like the booze theme. >> this is my personal favorite. antique doors have so much character and you can build anything out of them. headboards, tables. down here i made a coffee table. >> that's awesome looking. this is like something you would find on the side of the road. just cut it to your coffee table shape. >> the first thing you have to do is get legs. i bought these legs online.
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these are just -- i think these were like $49 a pair. this is how it makes it so easy. >> get in there. >> i've already predrilled the holes. you have to. otherwise you won't get through this. this is solid walnut. >> is mine predrilled, too. >> put a little strength into it, mama. >> i'm trying. this is fun. >> you build your legs here. >> then you flip it over. >> look at this. come on. >> i am not handy. >> the key to making it look nice is a little shellac. you clean this off. shellac dries -- >> clean how? >> just soap and water. >> you ever play this game with your kind ever go like this -- >> stop it. >> look how much that cleans it up. >> wow. this is the shellac. >> how many coats do you do? >> i just put one on that. then you go and you have the glass cutter cut a piece of glass -- >> is that it? >> what's the total cost.
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>> this would probably be about $60. >> gorgeous. >> finally this again, one of my favorites. that's actually my personal one but -- >> i'm not going to walk out of here with it. >> this is another great idea. people are giving away windows. old windows. they are -- nobody wants them. so what we can do is to make an actual mirror out of one. we don't need to drill for this. what we need to do is replace the glass with actual mirror. the first thing you do. i've replaced these two here. go through here and all along this. take out this had putty. >> this requires some skill but nothing crazy. >> get in there, hoda. let's see what you got. >> pop the putty. just like picking your teeth. >> what? >> are you trying to resurrect the same piece of glass or just get it out? >> why don't you just -- >> you could but -- >> okay.
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>> once you are done, then clean this out here, you'll bring this to the glass company, to the glass store, they will put piece for you, pop it in. >> perfect. thank you so much for joining us. >> that was so fast. he's so good. as if all this had wasn't hard enough work, we're going to go to the kitchen and bake some pies. >> not just any pies. stack piz. >> not [ female announcer ] is your conditioner doing the job? ♪ ♪ dry hair needs a daily dose of effective moisture. new dove daily moisture has pro moisture complex that goes deep down to hair's cellular level. it moisturizes to give you up to 5 x smoother hair in one wash. dove's most effective conditioner yet. new dove daily moisture. ♪ [ female announcer ] every baby can have the freedom to move their way, in pampers cruisers.
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but...it was easy. surprise... uh, ha ha ha. ♪ it is time to head into today's kitchen for a delicious dessert. we are stacking up pies. >> i love it. now can you have a taste of everything based on a southern tradition stack pies are back in vogue. "the new york times" best appetite columnist melissa clark is here to help us stack some pies. >> genius. >> this was not my idea. this is something traditional from the '30s in the south.
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mountains of north carolina, you take a pie, stack another one on top, then another one on top and you take it to the party. i'm going to make a blueberry pie and lemon pie, then stack them up. we want to cook our blueberries. cup of blueberries in here, lemon juice, a little sugar and a little tapioca. that's the thickener. let that cook for about two minutes. also over here, little parchment paper. homemade pie crust. that's bake off really well. you want it sturdy when you put the stuff in it. parchment paper on the bottom so it doesn't scoop. here's the blueberry goop. mix that with fresh blueberries. >> eggs and a whisk. >> that's what you're supposed to do! >> dump it in. that's the blueberry pie with lemon zest, sugar and a little bit of salt.
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>> it's all on our website. >> you take fresh lemon zest, lemon section, put it in the food processor. >> are you doing these strategically blueberry and lem ton stack these two? >> yes. you want flavors that go well together. you need the sugar for the lemon. >> just dump it in? >> great. that's corn starch to make it thick. pinch of salt. turn it on. that's melted butter. add that in a second. just put it right through there for me. there is goes. that goes in the same thing in a prebaked crust. you can bake them at the same time. that one goes for an hour, this goes for 30 minutes. >> he's very anxious for the next part. >> come taste!
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this is the best part. remember the blueberry pie and lemon pie? >> how do you stack it. >> just give me something to put in my mouth. i'm ready to go. >> put this pie on that one. >> under. >> i got it. >> i'm going to help you -- one, two, three. chocolate fudge on the bottom, pecan on top. >> is there a bad combination? >> there is. you got to mix it up, sweet and salty. >> what's the tloilimit to stac? why not three or four? >> right here. your dream has come true. start tasting it and tell me what you think. >> i can tell you it is going to be amazing. >> what's in carson's stack. >> a heart attack. >> no, it's beautiful. on the bottom we have a chocolate -- these we bought
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from four and 20 black birds in brooklyn. you can buy three amazing pies. if you stack them up like this, it is a homemade dessert. this is perfect for people who love really sweet things like me, for example. fudge on the bottom. fudge pie, like a brownie, pecan on top. >> my god! what are you doing! >> go for it! >> this is the quadruple. >> this is the grandmother of all of the pies. coming up, it is time to work off the calories. we'll be right back after this.
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going to a gym can be intimidating enough, especially if you haven't been there a while so we're going to help you
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face your fears. sometimes you see these crazy looking pieces of equipment and you got to figure out how to use them. >> sometimes you just ate like four pies and you see this equipment in the gym and you are like, what am i doing here? >> jacqueline, fitness editor for "self" magazine, thank you. >> i'm going to help you not be intimidated. >> how about these steps. these look like they're not even pieces of gym equipment. >> this is a playo box. those are explosive jumping moves that help you burn ten calories a minute. best thing on these is box jump. swing the arms back, jump up, both feet up, then you stand up, then back down. if that's scary for you, step up, then jump down. >> how many of the explosive jumps can you do in a minute? >> i can do a thousand. you want to start out with 15 reps, then take a break. >> are they all this high?
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>> they start at about six inches an they go up to three feet. if you're brand-new -- >> can you ever just do this? >> after you've done your three sets you can do that. >> these are balance disks. these throw your body off balance which recruits more muscles to help you stabilize. a lot of moves you can do standing up. you'll stack your feet up on this like you would coming into a side plank. >> pretend your feet are pies and stack them. >> raise that top arm, squeeze and scoop that arm. >> you can also dip the had hip to the floor here on just hold that side. >> you need that elevation on your feet though a little bit. >> it is going to keep you a little bit off balance which requires you to engage more muscles. >> these are dyna max balls.
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they are weighted balls. >> big balls. what do you do? >> play catch. if you're at gym with a friend. >> hoda, catch! >> you squat and toss it to your friend. squad, hoda. that squat works your butt, your legs an arms when you throw it. don't rip the suit. >> ready? one, two, three, go? okay, now we're talking. >> come show us this last one. >> this one looks scary -- >> this is if you're a dog sledder and you want some good training. >> hoda, sit there on this side. you're going to grab it and just push it. deep lunge. >> open that door, i'm going. i'm going to 6f. >> this by -- >> this sled was furnished by body space fitness.
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good luck. >> tonight, america! >> i can't believe you pushed 148-plus. >> i was headed toward the pies. >> you guys, thank you so much. we want to again think our great guests and also -- you know what? that sled. that was one heck of a sled. >> tomorrow we'll have some fun guests. guess who is joining us? >> who? >> barry manilow. >> oh, my gosh, legend. and in honor of men everywhere, bo
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good morning. i'm sure you remember this guy, jon kelley. nice to have you back. >> i appreciate you holding down the fort. thank you for welcoming me back. heavy lifting out here. that's why she's got the big guns. i'm jon kelley. we have details about a south bay camp counselor accused of taking advantage of kids under his care two additional victims have now come forward care worker and this investigation continues. nbc bay area's bob redell joining us live in morgan hill where the suspect is said to face some new charges in court. bob, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, jon t is possible he might enter a plea to those new charges, a few hours from now, 1:30 this afternoon, 20-year-

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